Tag Archives: foreclosures

Nearly 50 percent leave Obama mortgage-aid program

Nearly 50 percent leave Obama mortgage-aid program Obama mortgage-aid effort is struggling to stem the rising number of foreclosures in US ap FILE – In this file photo taken July 21, 2010, a “bank owned” sign is seen on a … Continue reading

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Plan of engagement: what to do "let them foreclose" or "Do something about it" what to do

UPDATE: This is THE OUTLINE of a plan that is current in its evolution but by no means complete or the last word. It replaces the entry I made in February of this year. The assumption here is that even … Continue reading

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A Homeowners’ Rebellion: Could 62 Million Homes be Foreclosure-Proof?

62 MILLION HOMES ARE LEGALLY FORECLOSURE -PROOF Posted 7 hours ago by Neil Garfield on Livinglies’s Weblog EDITOR’S NOTE: YES IT MEANS WHAT IT SAYS — WHICH IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN SAYING FOR THREE YEARS. BUT JUST BECAUSE SOME … Continue reading

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Litigating against your lender

“The Fed’s study found that only 3 percent of seriously delinquent borrowers – those more than 60 days behind – had their loans modified to lower monthly payments . . . The servicers are making assumptions that are much too … Continue reading

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SB 94 and its interferance with the practice

CA SB 94 on Lawyers & Loan Modifications Passes Assembly… 62-10 The California Assembly has passed Senate Bill 94, a bill that seeks to protect homeowners from loan modification scammers, but could end up having the unintended consequence of eliminating … Continue reading

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Don't get HAMP ED out of your home!

By Walter Hackett, Esq. The federal government has trumpeted its Home Affordable Modification Program or “HAMP” solution as THE solution to runaway foreclosures – few things could be further from the truth. Under HAMP a homeowner will be offered a … Continue reading

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A ‘Little Judge’ Who Rejects Foreclosures, Brooklyn Style

By Michael Powell – NY Times – 8/30/09 The judge waves you into his chambers in the State Supreme Court building in Brooklyn, past the caveat taped to his wall — “Be sure brain in gear before engaging mouth” — … Continue reading

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